MYSTERY surrounds the death of a creche and gym owner. Queen Nyuswa was found dead with multiple stab wounds on the corner of Hermitage Street and Victoria Embankment in Durban on Saturday.The 52-year-old who owned Little Flower Creche and Body Vibe Gym in the Durban CBD was found dead by one of her workers when she arrived at the creche. About R40 000 kept in the creche was allegedly missing. A worker told Daily Sun they were still shocked by the incident.“Queen was a humble boss. “She employed homeless people in her gym and creche. We were able to buy bread and feed ourselves with the money she paid us,” said the worker. A cop source said it wasn’t clear if it was robbery or if she was the target. “So far, only R40 000 in cash is missing and nothing else. There was R2 000 in her purse and about R500 in coins found scattered near her body.” Queen’s brother, Siyabonga Nyuswa (47), said they couldn’t speak to Daily Sun as they weretalking to the police. KZN police spokesman Lieutenant-Colonel Thulani Zwane said a case of murder was opened at Durban Central cop shop. Police are investigating.
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